We believe Prayer is authentic communication with God. Therefore, we will practice listening to His thoughts and honestly expressing ours.
In this passage, we see Jesus shut down hypocrisy and idolatry and begin to rebuild missions and prayer. We also see how prayer is rooted in history, faith, confidence, expectancy, and forgiveness.
Reality is where we all live. Regardless of our mountaintop experiences with God, we must come back to reality. The same was true of Jesus' disciples. In this sermon, Pastor Scott looks at how we adjust to reality and how our faith in Jesus is strengthened. We are encouraged to be honest about our doubts, learn from failure, and develop a vibrant prayer life.
In this message, Pastor Trent encouraged us to make sure prayer is a priority in our life. If we are to live like Jesus, we need to pray. While it is easy to say we need to pray more, it is difficult to actually do it. Pastor Trent offers some practical steps to make prayer a priority.
Join Dr. Gordon Penfold as he walks us through how to have Harvest Eyes and Harvest Prayers. Jesus came to seek and to save the lost, we must see the world through His eyes.
The President of the Berean Fellowship, Scott Mathis, shares what God has shown him and taught him through the study of and meditation on Psalm 116. God listens!
In today's workshop, we work through a "Personal Disciple-making Plan." We want every follower of Christ to be making and growing more followers of Christ, all to the glory of God. This practical workshop helps you do just that. Since this was a workshop, there will be no video!
We all want healthy, deep, vibrant relationships. We all long for meaningful connections with others. But, this isn’t happening. We live in dysfunction. We live disconnected from other people, especially those sitting right next to us. We know it should be different. What we don’t know is how to fix it. Join us for a nine-week series on how to build lasting relationships that matter.
What is faithfulness? How do I experience more of it in all of my relationships?
We all have questions about what it means to live a Christian life. We all need help. Over the next six weeks, we are going to be introduced to several concepts that go into living “The Christian Life.” The follower of Christ is encouraged to “live a life worthy of the calling you have received” (Ephesians 4:1). We will discuss several topics like assurance, baptism, prayer, devotions, Bible study, God, church, spiritual disciplines, outreach, and discipleship. My prayer is that over the next six weeks, you will grow in your faith in God and love for Him and other people.
Today, we answer three questions:
What is prayer?
Why aren't all prayers answered?
What are devotions?
Remember, these are overviews, the basics, and not intended to be an exhaustive answer to the question.